Joint Workshop on Nano-Characterisation
Joint Workshop on Nano-Characterisation
** This event took place already. A picture report and some of the presentations can be found here. **
On Monday 28 October 2019, the 4TU.Research Centre High-Tech Materials (4TU.HTM) and the Materials Innovation Institute (M2i) were organizing a joint workshop on Nano-Characterisation in Utrecht De Witte Vosch, Oudegracht 46).
Full Programme (Pdf file)
To be able to develop novel, high-tech materials for sustainable applications, a thorough understanding of materials on the nanoscale is crucial.
This workshop brought together scientists and industrial partners with interest and expertise on nano-characterisation throughout the different types of materials, techniques and processes for an exchange of ideas and observations.
Prof.dr. Holger Schönherr
Full professor in Physical Chemistry, Universität Siegen (Germany)
Title: Probing hidden interfaces and nanoenvironments in polymeric nanostructures and nanobubbles by combined optical-force microscopy methods
Short biography of Holger Schönherr (Pdf file)
Prof. Schönherr's research interests comprise the modification and characterization of organic and polymeric surfaces and (bio)interfaces, micro- and nanostructured materials, and analysis nanobubbles with atomic force microscopy (AFM) and combined AFM-optical methods.
Prof.dr. Johan Verbeeck
Nanocharacterisation of materials with modern TEM techniques
Short biograhy of Jo Verbeeck (Pdf file)
Johan Verbeeck is an expert in the field of transmission electron microscopy and electron energy loss spectroscopy focusing both on applications in state of the art materials science as well as on developing new techniques.
On his behalf will be speaking:
Dr. Nicolas Gauquelin
Dr. Michael Herbig
Head of research group Materials Science of Mechanical Contacts, Department Microstructure Physics and Alloy Design, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH
Joint Nanoscale Structural and Chemical Characterization by Correlative Atom Probe Tomography and Transmission Electron Microscopy
Prof.dr. Kobus Kuipers
Department of Quantum Nanoscience, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology
NanoOptics – breaking the diffraction limit to visualize the flow of light in nanophotonic devices
Prof.dr. Joris Dik
Smart*Light: Development of a Compton Backscatter X-Ray Source
Dr. Sissi de Beer
Nanoscale Subsurface Morphologies in Block Copolymer Thin Films Revealed by Combined Near-Field Infrared Microscopy and Mechanical Mapping
Hanne van der Kooij, MSc
Imaging the nanoscale dynamics and mechanics of complex soft materials
Dr. Roderick Tas
Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Macro-Organic Chemistry, Self-Organizing Soft Matter, Eindhoven University of Technology
Preliminary title: Nanoscopy at the interface: from materials to ice
The presentation by Roderick Tas is available here. (Pdf file)
Dr.ir. Jacob Hoogenboom
Title: Zooming in on tissue from milimeters to nanometers with multi-modal microscopes
Research interests: electron and optical microscopy, high-resolution imaging (nanoscopy), nanophotonics, optical antennas, colloid and nanoparticle self-assembly
- Dr. Amir Mirza Gheytaghi (Electronic Components, Technology and Materials, Department of Microelectronics, TU Delft)
Poster title: Nano-characterization of coated CNT pillar
- Jianing Li MSc. (Physics of Nanostructures, Department of Applied Physics, TU/e)
Poster title: Imprint lithography defined magnetic nanoplatelets for cancer treatment and biomedicine
- Dr. Oleg Kurnosikov (Physics of Nanostructures, Applied Physics, TU/e)
Poster title: Exploring a subsurface in metals with STM
Short presentation (Pdf file)
Invitation and registration
We invite you to participate in this workshop.
Registration is closed. Still, if you are interested to participate, please contact Reina Boerrigter (secretary 4TU.HTM).
(Header picture: Bio-inspired immiscible polymer brush systems as efficient lubricants. Provided by Sissi de Beer in 2015.)